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Dr. Mishari Mohammed Khajah | Wastewater Treatment | Best Researcher Award

Associate Research Scientist,Β Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR),Β Kuwait

Dr. Mishari Mohammed Khajah, an esteemed Associate Research Scientist at the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR), Kuwait, has been honored with the prestigious Best Researcher Award in Wastewater Treatment. πŸ† With unwavering dedication and expertise in the field, Dr. Khajah has made remarkable contributions to advancing wastewater treatment technologies. His innovative research methodologies and commitment to sustainability have garnered widespread recognition. As an influential figure in the scientific community, Dr. Khajah continues to inspire others through his groundbreaking work, shaping a cleaner and more sustainable future for generations to come. 🌱

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Current Affiliation

Dr. Mishari Mohammed Khajah holds the esteemed position of Associate Research Scientist at the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR). 🌟 In this role, Dr. Khajah contributes significantly to the institute’s mission of advancing scientific knowledge and innovation. With a focus on research and development, he plays a pivotal role in projects related to environmental sustainability, particularly in wastewater treatment. His expertise and dedication enable him to tackle complex scientific challenges, driving forward solutions that benefit both Kuwait and the global community. Dr. Khajah’s work exemplifies excellence in scientific research and underscores KISR’s commitment to pioneering advancements in various fields. πŸ§ͺ

Education

Dr. Mishari Mohammed Khajah’s academic journey is marked by excellence and dedication. πŸŽ“ He obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Civil Engineering from Kuwait University, completing his degrees in 2007 and 2010, respectively. Building upon this foundation, he pursued a Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Cardiff University, successfully defending his thesis in 2017. Titled “Engineering aspects, pathways, and mechanisms of nitrogen removal in engineered wetland systems,” his doctoral research delved into crucial environmental issues, showcasing his commitment to sustainability and innovation. Dr. Khajah’s academic achievements highlight his passion for advancing knowledge and addressing pressing global challenges. 🌍

Research Experience, Interests, and Impact

With over 16 years of dedicated research in wastewater treatment, I have established myself as a leader in the field, specializing in wetland treatment systems. 🌿 My experience spans across various projects, encompassing municipal, industrial, and gray water treatment. As a project leader, task leader, and team member, I’ve contributed significantly to advancing wastewater treatment technologies. My focus lies in technology development and enhancing the performance of treatment plants. Recently, I proposed a groundbreaking project on microplastics in wastewater treatment, aligning with the evolving priorities of the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR), Water Research Center (WRC). This initiative reflects my commitment to addressing contemporary environmental challenges and contributing to global research efforts. 🌍

Awards

Dr. Mishari Mohammed Khajah’s groundbreaking paper, “Evaluation of a Wetland System in Treating Wastewater at Sulaibiya Research Plant in Kuwait,” earned him the prestigious Research World Excellent Paper Award at the International Conference on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Management (ICSTEM) in Seoul, South Korea, in September 2023. πŸ… His outstanding academic achievements extend to his time as an Honor Roll Student and recipient of the Honorary Dean’s List at Kuwait University’s Civil Engineering Department. Dr. Khajah’s active membership in the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) since 2005 showcases his commitment to professional excellence and continuous learning in the field. 🌐

Publications Top Notes

Performance evaluation of a pilot wetland system for wastewater treatment

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jer.2023.11.027 🌿

Organics removal from office wastewater in attached growth biological process of a packaged onsite wastewater treatment system

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5004/dwt.2023.29945 🏒

Performance of tubular microbial fuel cells using different industrial wastewater

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jwpe.2023.104166 ⚑

Greywater treatment using vertical subsurface flow constructed wetland system

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jer.2023.100052 πŸ’§

Nitrogen removal performance and bacterial community analysis of a multistage step-feeding tidal flow constructed wetland

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/frwa.2023.1128901 🦠

Microbial community structure of anode electrodes in microbial fuel cells and microbial electrolysis cells

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jwpe.2020.101140 πŸ”‹

Investigation of nitrogen removal via CANON process in a single-stage constructed wetland system

DOI: 10.11912/jws.2016.6.2.43-52 🌱

Nitrogen removal in a redox-stratified constructed wetland system

DOI: 10.11912/jws.2016.6.1.29-42 🌿

Absorption and Adsorption of Trace Elements of Septic Tank Effluent into Commercial Fertilizer of Peat.

Available online at http://ijestr.org/ 🚽

Mishari Mohammed Khajah | Wastewater Treatment | Best Researcher Award

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